@Jano_1987In Germany, there is a lot of pressure from “green” groups to reduce the unlimited speed. These organizations have been convicted more than once of data manipulation in order to prove with “research” that the vast majority of drivers are fine with 130 km/h and they don’t want more.
If you ask Google, it will give you different results, including what Jano_1987 says. “77% of drivers drive slower than 130 km/h” spat out to me. But if you regularly drive on German highways, think differently.
It is easy to manipulate the measured data, you only need to include trucks, denser traffic, or measure the speed on a two-lane highway and you will get numbers like Jano_1987 gave, or the result like google gave me.
But if there is freer traffic, a three-lane road and a time with less truck traffic, passenger cars will start driving at similar speeds as hurkar wrote. This is my own experience, I drive to and from work on German highways.